veterinary receptionist-what classes to take for this job?
ive been looking for a vet receptionist job for over a year now. the only experience i have is animal bathing at a grooming salon, volunteering ,and a few days of doggy daycare. are there any classes in college i can take to better my chances at getting this position? or to have any vets actually hire or call me back after submitting a resume. there are no vet receptionist programs nearby. anything i can do???
Asked By: vet_tech2010 - 8/13/2007
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I've been a veterinary receptionist for six years. The office manager and I go over the resumes of job applicants, so I can tell you what we look for... More
Answered By: Kayty - 8/13/2007
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medical terminology zoology anatomy and physiology those are ones i would look into...they will look good on ur resume.
Answered By: April G. - 8/13/2007
I have worked at many vet hospitals over the years, and most vets are concerned with hiring a recptionist that can use the computer, has a nice personality, and looks good and neat. The rest they can teach.
Answered By: torbaynewfs - 8/13/2007
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